A true Day Trading computer masterpiece needs a multi-monitor setup. And assuming you’ve properly chosen a video card to support your desired number of displays, the next step is adding a monitor array stand for quick and easy configuration.
How many displays will you use?
Think of a monitor array like a rack for holding all of your displays. If you’re going with more than two independent monitors or would like to stack one on top of the other, an array is the simplest way to do this, and an absolute MUST for massive 6+ monitor configurations, so deciding how many displays you’ll be using is really step one here. If you think that one or two displays is really all you’ll ever need, skip the array and proceed on to the next section.
Make sure your displays are compatible
Most monitor arrays connect to each display via the VESA mount connection on the back, the same mounting spot you’d use when mounting a monitor to the wall. VESA has become a staple for HDTVs these days, but not all monitors are compatible. Before going all in with a multi-display mount, make sure your displays are compatible.
Choosing an array stand
Monitor arrays are available in a number of configurations: 4×2, 1×2, 3×1, etc, so make sure the stand that you choose fits the array set up you desire.